by John Broadhouse and Ole Bull
With an attention for detail, John Broadhouse explains how to build a violin. The work is well illustrated to help explain the process, and all the options available. Broadhouse produced numerous works, including Musical Acoustics; or, The Phenomena of Sound as Connected with Music (1892), and Henry Smart’s Compositions for the Organ (1880). Although he was deeply invested in music, he preferred to let the music speak for him and little is known about Broadhouse’s life outside of music.This edition is dedicated to the musicians of All Souls Unitarian Church, Washington D.C. extraordinary ministers of healing sounds.